Election Proclamation to the Student Chamber of the Academic Senate FoM MU
Chairman of the Academic Senate FoM MU Associate Professor Josef Tomandl M.A., Ph.D., on 11th September 2020, issued a decision of the election proclamation to the student chamber of the Academic Senate FoM MU.
The election to the student chamber of the Academic Senate FoM MU will take place from 5th to 11th October 2020 and will be carried out via E-election IS MU application. The election is called for following electoral districts:
- VI. – 2 mandates for students of General Medicine and PhD study
- VII. – 1 mandate for students registered in bachelor or master studies at FoM MU
Students are elected for the three-year term of office beginning from the first AS FoM MU meeting called after the elections. The first meeting is expected on 20th October 2020.
Students of the stated study programmes FoM MU will have active as well as passive electoral rights of the specific electoral districts.
The candidates interested in the membership of the student chamber AS FoM MU can register online email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org in the copy. It is possible to stand for election from the day of the proclamation until 22nd September included. Any late candidacy will not be accepted. The sent candidacy can be complemented by promotional material having no more than 1500 text characters (this text can include hyperlink leading to a candidate's web presence, any longer text will be presented in the length of 1500 text characters only) and will be released together with the candidacy on 24th September 2020.
The communication with the electoral commission must be done via university email address using the function "acknowledge receipt".
The organization and supervision over the elections will be ensured by the Electoral and Mandate Commission AS FoM MU in compliance with the Electoral Code AS FoM MU.
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